The AI-powered art exhibition Forging the Gods portrays the interaction between humans and machines in a nuanced manner.
To conclude her exhibition Speculative Fetish, Faith Holland curates an evening of GIFs by over 35 artists.
Morehshin Allahyari is developing a series of a dozen 3D-printed statues based on ancient images of forgotten, proto-feminist deities.
Enter Transfer gallery and your entire field of vision is instantly taken up by a vast screen, measuring 10 by 10 feet, nearly the width of the room.
Like a digital snake eating its tail, digital art now has a (digital) museum it can call home.
Faith Holland’s show TECHNOPHILIA at Transfer Gallery left me wanting more, kind of like I imagine a good dick pic would.
Starting today, Hyperallergic will be publishing an online catalogue for Hypersalon, a weeklong series of salon-style exhibitions, artist talks, and conversations on the conditions of networked culture in contemporary art.
During the annual Miami art fair week, the art world descends on the city in the sun, and this year we’re trying something new. Hypersalon is a weeklong series of salon-style exhibitions, daily artist talks, and hosted conversations examining networked culture in contemporary art.
Art and poetry should be natural allies, but it’s surprisingly rare to see both commingle as naturally as they did at a recent show at Transfer Gallery in East Williamsburg by Carla Gannis and Justin Petropoulos.
One type of artwork Bushwick probably does not need more of these days is abstract painting. Another type it may or may not need more of is work in 3-D imaging and modeling (discuss). But two artists who use this medium in very different ways are being presented at gallery spaces near each other in Bushwick this weekend. The contrast is so good, it comes to seem like a purposeful pairing.
Internet art thrives in its native medium — over the past few years, there have been a significant number of online-only galleries, including Bubblebyte, Fach&Asendorf, and Klaus Gallery, that focused exclusively on showing the work of digital artists online. Physical spaces that make the necessary effort to turn internet art into compelling physical installations have been slower in coming. Thankfully, Brooklyn’s new Transfer Gallery is here to help solve that problem.